S122. The Southampton Review: A 10th Anniversary Reading

Room 101, Washington Convention Center, Level One
Saturday, February 11, 2017
9:00 am to 10:15 am


Novelist Ursula Hegi has this to say about TSR: “The juxtaposition of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual arts is incredible.” And author Anne Fadiman says, “In the realm of memoir and personal essay, I can think of no journal in America—or, indeed, anywhere—that surpasses TSR .” Join the panelists as they celebrate TSR’s tenth anniversary with a reading from contributors, past and present. TSR is dedicated to publishing work from emerging and established authors.


Lou Ann Walker is the editor in chief of TSR: The Southampton Review. The author of A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in the Family, as well as many other books and articles, she is a professor at Stony Brook Southampton.

Roger Rosenblatt is the author of six off-Broadway plays and fiftee  books, published in thirty languages. They include the New York Times bestsellers Kayak MorningUnless It Moves the Human Heart, and Making Toast, a memoir of his family, which initially appeared as an essay in the New Yorker.

Neel N. Patel is completing a collection of short stories called, If You See Me, Don't Say Hi. His work aims to examine the experience of first-generation South Asians living in America.

Michelle Whittaker is a lecturer in the writing and rhetoric program at Stony Brook University. Her poems have appeared in the New Yorker, the Southampton Review, Narrative, and other publications. She was awarded a Jody Donohue Poetry Prize in 2009.

Rebecca Foust's third book, Paradise Drive, won the 2015 Press 53 Award for Poetry. Foust was the 2014 Dartmouth poet in residence with fellowships from The Frost Place, MacDowell, Sewanee, and West Chester. She is the poetry editor for Women's Voices for Change and an assistant editor for Narrative.


March 7–10, 2018
Tampa, FL

Tampa Convention Center & Marriott Tampa Waterside